OPINION: R.I.P. ROE?
Freedom is a constant struggle When my family moved to Massachusetts, my mother couldn’t legally get birth control or even learn about it. By the time I was in college, the Supreme Court had ensured that married women could get birth control, though unmarried women couldn’t. By the time our daughter was born, the Supreme Court had made birth control and abortion (within […]
OPINION: COMMUNITY GATHERS FOR FILM SCREENING AND PANEL ON SCHOOL POLICING
On Monday, April 11, about 100 people attended a screening of the award winning documentary “On These Grounds”. The documentary focuses on a viral video of a white School Resource Officer body slamming a 16-year-old, disabled Black girl, and was screened at the Somerville Theatre by organizers in Justice for Flavia with permission from Represent […]
OPINION: ON SOMERVILLE’S NOVEMBER 2ND BALLOT, ABOLISH THE SOMERVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT – YES OR NO?
“[T]he repeated message from the Democratic Socialists of America-Boston candidates for office in Somerville is clear: the outright abolition of the Somerville Police Department.”